Don Heersche's gorgeous 1940 Chevy show car was originally intended to be a primered straight-axle drag car. Sourced as a bare shell from a nearby farm yard, it gradually grew out of the competition car mode and morphed into this stunning street rod.
Don Heersche's gorgeous 1940 Chevy show car was originally intended to be a primered straight-axle drag car. Sourced as a bare shell from a nearby farm yard, it gradually grew out of the competition car mode and morphed into this stunning street rod. Mike Berry The Wichita Eagle
Don Heersche's gorgeous 1940 Chevy show car was originally intended to be a primered straight-axle drag car. Sourced as a bare shell from a nearby farm yard, it gradually grew out of the competition car mode and morphed into this stunning street rod. Mike Berry The Wichita Eagle

A slight change of plans for this Chevy

January 16, 2015 01:15 PM

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